BOMBSHELL! ESN To Burn Alaba Market Soon (Opinion)
Samuel Nnaemeka Madukaji
Jun. 01, 2021
Indigenous People Of Biafra Intelligence Service, have raised alarm over alleged plans of the Nigerian State Security Service, SSS and the Directorate of State Service, to burn down Alaba international Market and blame it on Eastern Security Network, ESN.
IPOB Intelligence alleged that; " They(DSS) Are Planning To Burn Down Alaba Market and Blame ESN. We are warning you people now before it happens. They will be shocked how we know because everything has been planned and signed off. " Said IPOB Emma Powerful.
Alaba international market is an electronics market located in Ojo, Lagos State, Nigeria. It is the largest electronics market in Nigeria. Apart from the sales of electronic products, the markets also deals in the repair of home appliances.
IPOB/ESN have sometimes ago reported how the Nigerian government through the DSS are masterminding the attacks in the South East region, on one occasion, members of the ESN apprehended a DSS agent who allegedly robbed a Bank with IPOB mufflers and flag.
Ohanaeze Nde Igbo, Igbo apex socio- cultural group and some Eastern governors were forced to believe IPOB claims when DSS marked- bullets was recovered from Umuahia First Bank robbery Suspects.
The situation on ground shows that no one is really sure if the members of IPOB are telling the truth about the attacks or who wants to attack whom, what is certain is that Alaba international market is the next target, whoever is planning this attacks wants to disrupt the economic activities of the region.
Up untill now, the Yorubas have woken up to the tactics deployed by some factions to divide the peace between the Igbos and the Yorubas in Lagos. First it was the Lagos commissioner of police, raising false alarm on IPOB alleged plans to attacks Lagos. Nnamdi Kanu, the supreme leader of the indigenous people of Biafra, had debunked the allegation Calling it false.
Yoruba leaders who understood the tactics of alleged Federal Government to collide the Yorubas and Igbos have decided to disregard the fake news. Yoruba group had warned the Federal Government that any further attacks on Igbos will lead them to supporting their Igbo counterpart.